Last In Line Will Play Live Despite Jimmy Bain's Death

(Classic Rock) Last In Line have committed to playing a small number of shows following the death of bassist Jimmy Bain - but they haven't announced who'll replace him on stage.

He passed away of undiagnosed lung cancer in January, aged 68, while the Dio offshoot outfit were gearing up to promote debut album Heavy Crown. Vivian Campbell, Vinny Appice and Andrew Freeman have all discussed how Bain's input was integral to their operation, and they've confirmed his absence had put their future in doubt.

Now guitarist Campbell, also of Def Leppard, says: "It's been a difficult decision to move forward and play without Jimmy. But Vinny, Andrew and I have decided to play a very limited number of shows with a great guest bass player." Read more here.

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